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two are inside of the wreckage. ntsb is coming down flying down from seattle to carry on the investigation to determine why the plane crashed. sheriff deputies did a grim search searching for bodies trapped in the airplane that slammed into the lagoon. the plane had just taken off from san carlos airport but there was a mechanical problem. it began spiralling right and then headed down. frightening experience for people that work in the building. mark la rosa was on the top floor of the building. >> no sooner did we look out of the window there is a plane that is heading into the water. it was actually the force from the crash, we felt knit the building. and thought he hit the building. he hit really hard. >> i ran inside briefly.
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i wasn't sure if it was going to hit water or land. i came out it and was looking at water plane was sinking. >> and we sent two of swimmers in the water when arriving there, they're assisted by citizens out there with kayaks and to help search the area one victim was pulled from the area next to the plane and pulled to shore. a 0-year-old woman who was deceased. >> we've learned she may be the girlfriend of the co-pilot. a friend of the owner did stop by. >> i don't know who was inside. but the owner owned gorman's steel. he was a b 17 pilot during the war. he was quite confident. >> reporter: he was a world war ii pilot decorated fighter pilot and he was 9 years old, not flying that much anymore. he may have been on board. we learned that the plane was headed south for a check for
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federal rig laigs business faa. the other thing that the national transportation safety board will begin their investigation and will be the ones to determine how long that plane is going to be in the water and when bod eyes eyes -- bodies can be removed. >> thank you very much. more than 100 students were locked down in a high school in newark interest this afternoon after a report a student armed with a gun was on campus. police ordered students to come out one by one walking backward was hands up and lift shirts to see if they were carrying a weapon. >> reporter: the report of a student with a gun came just about noon time today. and this is as parents were arriving on campus them found students inside locked classrooms as well as computer labs and a library for hours. this is and had to be very
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unsettling to see. sons and daughters ordered to walk backwards police then padded them down one at a time for guns. some students used cell phones to call parents or text them. and to ask what is going on outside. the police did a search for suspects and guns. and however, officers did check trash cans in a bus shelter just in case a gun had been dumped there. no gun was found. the students were locked down just over three hours. they were released and anxious to tell their story and to tell their stories. >> we knew it's going to be a lock down. >> so where you worried?. >> yes. very nervous. and concerned. i i think they got it under control. >> your daughter has been texting you. what has she been say something. >> she's okay.
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everything is under control. >> students and parents said the high school has a strict conduct code and no guns were allowed on campus one parent was concerned about her daughter, who is eight months pregnant. we're reporting here everybody came out safely. again no gun was found. at bridge point high school abc 7 news. >> also scaring parents and kids. and in the east bay police sorting through details of a killing spree. four people murdered and the suspect shot dead by pleets after a chase. we want to turn now to abc 7 live in hercules tonight where one victim lived. >> reporter: this is a sign of how complicated this case is for authorities. police this evening are still trying to figure out the time line of events who. was killed? when? and why?
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one person is still missing. the 35-year-old was reported missing on saturday. the police told me today that he was actually last seen thursday, a week ago today and now, police are losing hope he's still alive. there is news of the death are still sinking in, and flowers piling up. she's one of four victims in a killing spree stretching across the east bay. possibly only to her boyfriend's jealous rage. police say he believed tran was having a romantic relationship with one of the two men who rented rooms in her hercules home he was in there. just cowered over her as she worked. they told me they didn't like him. i said i can see why. he's -- just it's unbelievable. >> authorities believe she abducted tran and strangled her husband tus as he drove
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this ak a.curea leading chp on a chase. the pursuit came to a end inside of this market. he refused to drop a meat cheifer, police shot him to death. authorities believe he killed one two of the men a 73-year-old on saturday. neighbors heard loud music coming from tran's house that day. police found salas bludgeoned to death inside of his bedroom. now, the search sin tins for salas's 35-year-old son. >> search party is attempting to locating him alive. >> the confusing case became more complicated. authorities discovered two other acquaintances dead in smart's vallejo home where he lived off and on. allen's husband charles ritenhouse st now in jail facing charges of possessing a collection of explosive materials authorities confiscated from the home. police say ritenhouse was living in the home with the
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womens' dead bodies but who the role may be in murders remains a mystery. >> i can tell you we do not know motives he had in regards to the homicide. >> and autopsies were expected to be performed today on both of the bodies of the women found in the home. and there is a confusion that will not be made public for a couple weeks. police say another woman was found outside in the backyard and both bodies were badly decomposed. >> and there is a plis trying to figure out how charles ritenhouse got rid of chemicals and explosives insueding some radio active materials. investigators found boxes of the items stored in his home and in a storage unit. he told authorities the items came from his job. investigators say they checked
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and that is not true. and abc 7 news learned it included what may be depleted uranium. >> atf locate aid container labeled depleted uranium. they're not sure what this ilt yim is. >> it has a number of industrial uses. it's what is left after it's processed to separate bombed rur yain yim out. police will not speculate on what ritenhouse may have been planning to do with explosives. >> the man accused of shooting a fremont police officer is back in the bay area tonight. police today blew floou back the 20-year-old from san diego where was captured a few feet from the mexican bo border saturday night charged with attempted murder for the shooting of officer todd young
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as young was trying to serve a warrant. officer young remains in serious, but stable condition, he's improving daily. >> there is no sign of oil exploding today. the blast look place about 90 miles off shore. 13 workers jump into the water to escape flames. and they were there for two hours, only one was injured. >> there appeared to have been a fire at the upper most level. and because the crew was in the able to contain it they shut in production. >> the coast guard reported seeing a mile long oil sheen but backed away from that. the rig operator says no drilling was happening at the time of the blast. explos taking place 200 miles of last april's explosion. >> there is a bitter dispute
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at hyatt hotels coast to coast including san francisco. the workers union says hyatt is trying to force contract kons kegs segss on them. the san francisco hotel says the workers should come to the negotiating table instead of wasting time on the picket line. in san carlos city council is voting whether to contract what the sheriff's department or police services. the agreement allowing all 26 full time office yefrs to transfer to the sure's department. san carlos faces a deficit and the move would save about $2 million per year and if approved it will go to a final vote. >> coming up, it's a health inspector came to your house would it pass the clinlyness test?
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>> and there is a type of television programming that drove a gunman to charge every channel's head quarter autos and why pg&e failed in response to customer complaints. >> i'm sandhya patel. temperatures down at the coast. i'll let you know when that marine air will make it's way through inland
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the report is about this thick taking five months to put together. and here is the bottom line. smart meters work pg&e summer service doesn't. the public utilities commission meeting was packed today. pack of smart meters hanging in the balance. if the study showed they were inaccurate a multi billion dollar program might have to be scrapped. >> from a testing perspective 100% of the meters tested passed accuracy tests. from steel perspective 100% of the smart meters passed our testing. >> that is right. on every test in this study smart meters saved perfect score. and so where is the problem? customer service. the study says that is why the ball was dropped. >> customers be to to be treated as intelligent human
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beings. not the enemy. >> it's no surprise pg&e customer service was abysmal they blew customers off that called to complain. >> reporter: think there thi there is more to it. catherine filed a formal complaint after her bill doubled. >> i'm very disathe pd pd -- disappointed and heart broken we're going to have these outrageous bills. >> pg&e says it has faith in the meters and will do better in the future. >> we heard loud and clear what is found lacking was customer communication and customer service. >> investigators tested 760 meters concluding increases in rates, higher bills because of weather put together with lousy customer service is like consumers don't trust the meters. advocates say there is more to it than that. we'll have more tonight on abc 7 news at 6:00. there is a contingent of
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consumers concern btd health affects. >> thank you. we'll look forward to that. thank you. >> sure. >> california court has refused to force governor schwartzeneggar and attorney general brown to defend proposition 8 in appeals court. the judge struck down the same-sex marriage ban as untuxal. -- unconstitutional. the governor did not defend prop 8 during that trial. and a group forced to appeal but request as been denied. >> police revealing more about the gunman who took he three hostages in maryland yesterday. during the four hour standoff, he reportedly told investigators he was ready to die. he said he hated the network shows like "kate plus 8 "because it prom yoted population growth. a s.w.a.t. team officer shot
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and killed lee. none of the hostages was hurt. >> israeli and palestinian leaders vowed to keep talking and produce a framework for a permanent peace deal. israeli prime minister and palestinian president met at state department today. and this is the first peace talk in years. >> i respect your peoples' desire for sovereignty and convinced that it's possible to reconcile that desire with needs for security. >> we call on the israeli government to move forward with it's commit tomt end all settlements activities and completely live the embargo over the gaza strip. >> netanyahu and abbas will meet again wan eye towards forp forging an outline of a
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peace agreement. >> the leading edge of hurricane earl is weakening to a tropical storm with 115 miles per hour winds. this is expected to make land fall. and officials say people should not wait to act. and authorities have ordered evacuations for north carolina outer bank that's could mark the beginning of 24 hours of stormy weather and that was snarl labor day weekend plans for thousands of people it would. this is weakened and there is at least wasn't as strong as it was. >> it's now a category two. >> this is weakening more. and see what it looks like here. there is a live picture it's sunny and into 90s warm day in the south way of.
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one other live picture from camera. looking at what is back. it's fog. that fog has brought temperatures down. want to show you the latest on hurricane earl. show you what is going on with earl. take a look at the eye of the hurricane. not as well defined just 24 hours ago. it's now maximum winds of 110 miles per hour. it's tracking north at 18. and at this point rain bans are beginning to move on to the outer banks of the north carolina coastline. and there is the heaviest stormiest weather alongside the eye expected to remain off shore. and there is some wind and concern is dangerous rip currents along the seaboard. it's expected to continue to weaken as it worked up the
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coast and towards cape cod area by 11:00 p.m. so it's just going to skirt the coastline parts of north carolina under hurricane warnings tonight. and we'll be monitoring this carefully. if you have travel plans there is a concern that will be dangerous rip currents. >> temperatures at the coast more comfortable. 60s and 70s still have heat inland. fairfield reporting 100 degrees. and 93 degrees in los gatos and san jose. there is dense fog and looking at cooler weather in all areas this weekend. hanging on to heat just one more day inland. looking what happens this morning fog started to work up from the south and by this afternoon, fog filled parts of our coastline down towards the monterey bay. fog is shallow and will be
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dense between tonight and tomorrow morning. if you're wanting to commute keep in mind it's going to be dense yelt. finger of fog making its way through here that, is about it. there is temperatures low 50s to low 60s tonight. going to be a spare the air day again friday. looking at poor air quality in inland east bay. moderate air quality in the north bay. good air quality for other parts of the bay area. tomorrow is a spare the air day. highs for friday is 86 in pill immediatas. pin anyone larks mid-80s and 65 in pacifica. there is affects of fog and sea breeze tomorrow downtown san francisco, south san francisco mid-70s looking at north bay here upper 80s and there is
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79 in oakland. and inland temperatures down from the triple digits you'll feel that heat. taking another day before that gets into inland areas. 72 degrees in santa cruz. mid-60s to mid-90s tomorrow. and by sunday monday in case have you labor day plans bumping up temperatures just a little bit. low 90s inland. >> thank you. >> and just ahead a new report is out on kitchen cleanliness. second guessing how you live. >> and federal program that put thousands of bay area folks to work. new at 6:00. a major new drive to prevent it from running out of m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m
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a truck carrying roughly 40 pounds of beer jackknifed this morning in santa cruz mountains. as you can see backing up traffic for miles. inside are hundreds of bottles and cans of beer. it took several hours to clear this wreck. no one was hurt and there is very little beer that stul tully spilled. >> could cooking at home be hazardous to your health? research suggests one in seven kitchens would flunk the type of health inspections restaurants get. finding out 61% would get an a
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or a b. and the study is published in a weekly report. >> and they would have said better things about themselves. >> coming up next,. >> harvest in
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new at 6:00 marin county he tasing controversy. what the sheriff's department says the man did that justified action autos and break threw that may free kidney patients from shackles of dialysis. >> first great pick from lines in east bay wine region were blessed today. >> this annual blessing of the grapes took place this morning in livermore. >> it is home to nearly 50 wineries and weather pushed back the start of the harvest
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